Mumbai, Jan 26 (Calcutta Tube) Aamir Khan looks effortlessly comfortable in every character he plays onscreen whether it is the police officer of ‘Sarfarosh’ or the painter in his latest ‘Dhobi Ghat’. But the actor says he still finds it difficult to get into the skin of a character even after two decades in Bollywood.
‘I’m yet to find a role (that is) easy, all roles are hard and it’s hard to get into the skin of another person. It’s hard to understand the mind of another person because you are very much what you are and when you have to become someone else, it’s very important to understand what you are becoming and have an ability to slip into that,’ Aamir told IANS.
‘So I don’t find it that easy, no matter which character I’m playing,’ Aamir said.
I’ll make videos of my poetry: Dharmendra
Veteran Bollywood actor Dharmendra is passionate not only about acting. He writes poems too and soon wants to release them in the audio-visual format.
‘I’ll make videos of my poetry so that I can make people understand why I wrote what. I’m an emotional man, whatever touches me, I write that,’ the 75-year-old told IANS.
The actor is on cloud nine nowadays after the success of his recently released film ‘Yamla Pagla Deewana’, which also starred his two sons Sunny and Bobby Deol.
Working with Naseeruddin a tough task: Priyanka
Actress Priyanka Chopra, who shares screen space with Naseeruddin Shah in her forthcoming film ‘7 Khoon Maaf’, says working with the acclaimed actor was not an easy task.
‘He is a tremendous actor. I did a workshop with him before starting the film, because I’ve not worked with him a lot. When I did the workshop, it kind of eased me out with Naseer sir but it’s very difficult to work with him because when he is doing a scene, he is so good that you just keep looking at him, and I used to forget that even I have to say a dialogue,’ Priyanka said.
The film directed by Vishal Bhardwaj is slated for a Feb 18 release.